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智慧大樓的網路安全

Cybersecurity in Smart Buildings

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 340723
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 36 Pages
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智慧大樓的網路安全 Cybersecurity in Smart Buildings
出版日期: 2015年09月25日 內容資訊: 英文 36 Pages
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最新智慧大樓 (智能建築) 透過整合運用資訊技術系統、逐步實現物聯網。雲端、遠距連結、數據共享、分析、連結、共用網路等多種最新要素、改變了構築環境的運用方法並帶來變化。這些要素開放了封閉化的大樓構造、讓許多業者與服務供應商可進行開放管理、但同時也容易遭受網路攻擊。

本報告針對智慧大樓網路安全進行調查分析、提供智慧大樓網路風險、為減低網路風險的網路安全策略、智慧大樓相關人士的課題、應對方法。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 背景:智慧大樓 (智能建築) 的網路安全脆弱性
  • 給產業界的策略訊息
  • 智慧大樓與網路安全定義
  • 調查結果

第2章 智慧大樓網路風險

  • 技術發展
  • 整合化的大樓網路
  • IoT (物聯網) 與網路風險
  • 全球2014年智慧大樓市場動態與風險評估
  • 風險影響度 VS 市場展望

第3章 智慧大樓網路風險管理

  • 智慧大樓網路犯罪範圍與重要性
  • 大樓重要基本設施構成要素
  • 智慧大樓引進的網路安全對策
  • 降低網路風險
  • 有效的智慧大樓網路安全策略

第4章 網路風險與相關人士回顧

  • 相關人士 (利益關係者) 的重要課題
  • 風險與責任共有的相互依存性
  • 核心問題相關的業界共識

第5章 結論

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Inaction is No Longer an Option

Today's smart buildings are increasingly enabled by Internet-of-Things because of the convergence of operational and information technology systems. A host of new elements such as the cloud, remote access, data sharing and analytics, and connected and shared networks has changed how built environments are being used and operated. Additionally, these elements have thrown open an otherwise closed-loop building architecture into one that necessitates the open access and control of many operators and service providers, thus making it vulnerable to cyber threats. This research paper looks at the issue of cybersecurity in smart buildings and the steps needed to counter this disruptive trend.

Table of Contents

Executive Overview

  • Background: Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities in Smart Buildings
  • Strategic Messages for the Industry
  • Defining Smart Buildings and Cybersecurity
  • Takeaways

Cyber Risks in Smart Buildings

  • Technology Progression
  • The Integrated Building Network
  • IoT and Cyber Risks
  • Smart Buildings Market Dynamics and Risk Evaluation, Global, 2014
  • Risk Exposure versus Market Prospects

Cyber Risk Management for Smart Buildings

  • Scope and Magnitude of Cyber Crimes in Smart Buildings
  • Buildings as a Component of Critical Infrastructure
  • Cybersecurity Measures Adopted for Smart Buildings
  • Cyber Risk Mitigation
  • Objectives of an Effective Cybersecurity Strategy for Smart Buildings

Cyber Risks and Stakeholder Review

  • Critical Challenges for Stakeholders
  • Interdependency in Risk and Responsibility Sharing
  • Industry Consensus Development on Core Issues

Concluding Remarks

Author and Key Contributors

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